Thursday, December 5, 2019


This simulation of Handhenge was part of our proposal package we submitted for an installation we plan to build for Burning Man 2020.
It will involve nearly 100 tons of random shaped quarried stone. To be taken down afterwards and built somewhere else.  To read more about it, go to 

Off in the distance

Farley sits proudly in front of the arch we built a few years ago. It calmly stands, overlooking the steady flow of traffic streaming into and out of the huge metropolis of Toronto. I like to think drivers look up from the line of traffic stopped in every direction and smile. That they think pleasant far away enchanted thoughts about how magical life is. I hope it blesses them and reminds them that stones are our connection to the universe, not money or the monotony of ignoring our connection to everything.